Get on Board: Leader's Guide (Bible Studies For Youth And Adults)
The 2008 Youth VBS program takes participants on a journey through time. The centerpiece of this program in the 1960s, a time of change and idealism-a time when issues of justice and equality were paramount. Themes include answering God's call,...
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The 2008 Youth VBS program takes participants on a journey through time. The centerpiece of this program in the 1960s, a time of change and idealism-a time when issues of justice and equality were paramount. Themes include answering God's call, kindness, forgiveness, boldness, and belief. Participants will study a Scripture, a "1960s cultural connection," and a current-day connection related to each theme. Scriptures and 1960s cultural connections include: Answering God's Call: Gideon's call (Judges 6:11-7:21); the Peace Corps Kindness: David's kindness to Mephibosheth (2 Samuel 9:1-11); Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity Forgiveness: The parable of the unforgiving servant (Matthew 18:23-35); the Civil Rights Movement Boldness: Jesus heals the hemorrhaging woman (Luke 8:40-48); Cesar Chavez and the farm workers' movement Belief: Jesus and Thomas (John 20:24-29); the Jesus People Leader's Guide ISBN: 978-0-687-49237-4 Student Book ISBN: 978-0-687-49247-3 Benefits: 1. Provides key Scriptures and readings and other important information related to the topic and the 1960s cultural connection 2. Features full-color images and illustrations that make the book visually appealing and help create a 1960s feel 3. Includes games, activities, and discussion questions that help youth connect each lesson to their daily lives 4. Variety of student book activities to engage different learning styles Features: 1. Youth will learn about important people and events from history 2. Youth will learn from biblical heroes and great people of the twentieth century what it means to be obedient (to God), kind, forgiving, and bold 3. Youth will see examples of how other people have changed the world and will identify ways they can change their world 4. Youth will know that, as Christians, they are part of God's great story-a story that began at Creation, continued through biblical times and all of human history (including the 1960s), and carries on today